The amount of dollar cash in circulation has jumped 42% in the past five years, with the...

The amount of dollar cash in circulation has jumped 42% in the past five years, with the proportion held abroad climbing from 56% to nearly 66%. The eurozone crisis has boosted demand since 2010, a trend that could strengthen following the raid on Cypriot bank deposits.

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  • al roman
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    This could be an opportunity for us Americans to reestablish what was lost after the second Gulf War !
    8 Apr 2013, 04:36 AM Reply Like
  • User 353732
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    They would be far better off accumulating real money such as gold or oil, in the form of dividend paying stocks rather than flee one debasing fiat currency for another
    8 Apr 2013, 05:19 AM Reply Like
  • whidbey
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    This may be the start of stagflation (actually I mean awareness of): lots of money going into repricing goods and services all in the name of stimulation of the economy. In the end it fails for want of jobs and expanded economic output.


    Nothing new here we know from econometric simulations and social history that liquidity expansion does not work as imagined by the Fed, BOJ, and BOC. In the end it is deflation such as Japan has confronted for twenty years and soon to replay in China, EU and USA. etc,etc.
    23 Apr 2013, 08:46 AM Reply Like
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